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Manchester United has Michael Carrick as Coach

Submitted by content on Fri, 06/28/2019 - 06:51

It has been reported that the confirmation is received from the manager of Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about Michael Carrick to stick around with the staff of coaches in next season. Michael Carrick, from 2006 to 2018 has made appearances amounting to 464.

It has been a year since Carrick decided to end his career as a player and today he claims to be content with his decision to be a coach and living the perfect life, despite the fact that the working hours stretch. Michael left his footsteps in the 13 seasons he played and shined Red with his 464 appearances, hit 24 goals and held 17 trophies. But this decision to be a coach is bliss, and Carrick says he won’t look back now.

This summer is the span for Solskjaer to rebuild the squad although the backroom team shall stay equal to Mark Dempsey along with Kieran McKenna. The assistant manager will remain constant as the former assistant manager Mike Phelan has signed last week about his continuance, to which Solskjaer commented they are there to stay and together they shall take the team forward and a step closer to success.

Michael Carrick who was a former midfielder, age 37, ended his playing career with Manchester United after the season end of 2017-18, was sent a proposition to join the coaching staff former manager, Jose Mourinho, due to his excellent 464 appearances.

In December 2018, Mourinho was all sacked up and Carrick waited at Old Trafford whereas Phelan gave his comeback to the club to assist Solskjaer. Under Solskjaer the team won 14 games out of 17, Manchester United won only two games of the 12 games of the season by the end of which to be ranked sixth in the rankings of the Premier League.